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... Arthritic bone spurs are pushing back into the space for the spinal cord and possibly touching it. This sounds bad, but may or may not be causing you problems. ... (4 replies)
Hi All-New Here
Nov 21, 2012
... that can push backward into the spinal canal or diagonally backward into the foramina, which are the openings in the spinal cage through which pass the peripheral nerves after leaving the spinal cord. ... (8 replies)
... pushing backward toward the spinal canal and the nerve roots. ... (5 replies)

... Feelbad...sorry I am new here and I didn't get your real name, I have an inoperable AVM in my brain. I have been having severe neck and back pain over the past few months so my family doctor sent me to have an MRI a month ago and told me I have a Hemangioma at C-7. My family doctor said it was nothing to worry about right now but my neck and my arm is numb all the time. I... (14 replies)
... actually simply a cut off from flow of your CSF in there becasue of what sounds like a pretty messed up c spine level or is this actually directly IN your spinal cord? ... (14 replies)
... based prostate disc protrusion which indents the anterior CSF space. There is no evidence of cord or nerve root impingement. The spinal canal dimensions appear generous and the posterior CSF space appears well preserved. ... (4 replies)
... I dont' know much abut reading MRI's however I do know a bit about cord compression and if I were you I'd get 2 more opinions at least from surgeons. ... (16 replies)
MRI help
Sep 17, 2011
... When spurs grow into the foraminal openings, they can impinge upon the the peripheral nerves as they leave the spinal cord and head down to your shoulders and arms. This is a condition often known as "radiculopathy", meaning "a problem with the root". ... (17 replies)
Help - I'm the 10%
Jun 25, 2010
... No vertebral fracture or paraspinal soft tissue abnormality is seen alignment is straightened.The current exam does not assess for ligamentous injury. The spinal canal contents are suboptimally visualized. ... (75 replies)
... there is posterior disc bulging with a left paracentral disc herniation exhibiting rostral extension and producing cord impingernent and canal narrowing, There appears to be roughly 4 mm of rostrat extension of this disc herniation. ... (7 replies)
... C5 has a midline to right posterolateral disc bulge, without suspected impingement upon the spinal cord or the C4 neural foraminal nerve roots. ... (1 replies)
Need Support
Oct 27, 2006
... The cord impingment tells me that if they are offering surgery, TAKE IT! It's only one level and it will only get worse. ... (20 replies)
... anterior surface of the spinal cord. There is also bilateral uncinate spurring with mild narrowing of both foramina. ... (4 replies)
... of the spinal cord without abnormal spinal cord signal. ... (1 replies)
... Not sure how important that is. I would ask if he thinks it's evidence of cord damage, or if it might be something else. ... (10 replies)
... C6 level there is diffuse disc bulge and endplate osteophyte more eccentric towards to the right tresulting in minimal impression upon the ventral spinal cord. However, there is evidence for bilateral cord signal abnormality at this level best seen on axial image 16 of series 5, sagittal image 9 of series2. ... (1 replies)
... These are the holes in the bony structure of the spine through which pass the peripheral nerves as they leave the spinal cord and head out to the neck, shoulders and arms. ... (20 replies)
... Mild posterior disk bulge small shallow right paracentraldisk protrusion causing mild ventral cord flattening without cordcompression, AP thecal sac 8 mm. ... (3 replies)
... Mild Bulging of the disc is noted which is slightly left sided. There is no foraminal or cord impingement. ... (9 replies)
... not compress the cord. There is bilateral moderate hypertrophic facet arthropathy and mild bilateral neural foraminal stenosis. The midline AP dimension of the spinal canal is 10 mm and there is not appreciable cord flattening. ... (16 replies)


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